Updated Saturday, 6:35 p.m.
The number of people missing from California's deadliest wildfire, the Camp Fire, has sharply dropped to 25.
The Butte County Sheriff's office was "able to clear a backlog in their investigation," agency spokeswoman Megan McMann said on Saturday.
The Camp Fire started early in the morning near the town of Paradise on Nov. 8 and spread quickly due to wind gusts of nearly 50 miles per hour. Since the blaze ignited, authorities have located more than 3,000 people who were reported as missing.
Multiple survivors have said they received no warning of the fire.
Authorities said 88 people have died with 41 being positively identified.
Almost 14,000 homes and more than 153,000 acres burned before the Camp Fire was contained last weekend. Tens of thousands remain displaced.
Just two weeks ago, the number of people reported missing climbed to 1,300.
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This post has been updated to include the latest number of unaccounted for individuals.